The Realme C11 is therefore a fairly classic entry-level smartphone, which benefits from a good screen and excellent battery life. For the rest, it aligns with the competition in terms of pure performance, or quality of photographs. Still, some choices are disturbing, such as the absence of a fingerprint reader, which is nevertheless forgiven in view of its photo quality, unbeatable at this price.
- Very good autonomy
- A rather well calibrated screen
What might hold you back
- No fingerprint reader
- No sealing
- Poor performance
- A very slow charge
Xiaomi offers here a clone of its Redmi 9A. The promise of a good entry-level smartphone is once again kept. The LCD screen is qualitative, the finishes correct and the autonomy much higher compared to the average, although a little less than that of the Realme C11. Moreover, facing the latter, the Redmi 9C NFC is a much better proposition, helped by the presence of a fingerprint reader and superior performance.
Risk Disclosure: The articles and articles on Arover.net do not constitute investment advice. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are high-risk assets, and you should do your due diligence and do your own research before investing in these currencies.